'I can shoot ink out of my fingers. That's about it really. Sometimes, in pressure situations, I can shoot it out of my toes.' When Squid Man gets downsized out of the Superhero Society, he's forced to crash on the couch of his former sidekick (and only friend) Warren. Now he spends his time boozing in a dead end bar, reminiscing about the days when the hero groupies were plentiful and even a second-rater like him could sometimes save the universe. But when a reporter wants to include him in an upcoming book about superheroes, Squid Man is forced to face the dark mysteries of his past... and the even more unsettling idea that he might actually have a future.
An animated government/science style public service film, circa 1981, for surviving life in Australia after Nuclear War.
The last remaining human soldiers of a devastated Earth fight against the machines for one last chance for their species to escape and survive.
From the radioactive emptiness of space comes the Demon Beast! A hideous alien monster, the Beast shares a psychic link with the beautiful Earth woman, Kayo. Bound by a forbidden past and a horrifying erotic encounter, she is destined to lure the Beast back to a helpless Earth. Her tortured soul cries out across dimensions, calling the Demon Beast to begin his reign of bloodlust, carnage, and terror!
Theatrical anime movie created from the OVA 'Gosenzosama Banbanzai', written and directed by Mamoru Oshii.
Alex, finds himself lying on the floor of his apartment with no memory of anything about him or anyone/anything else. He will try to find out how this happened to him with help from his girlfriend MIA. While two guys, Jack and Max, are chasing him for some reason. Alex doesn't remember anything, but sooner or later everything will be revealed.
H.G. Well’s popular creation gets a Turkish reworking in this fascinating account about a scientist who becomes the invisible man to track down his wife’s killer. Written by Vasillis ‘Bill’ Barounis
After her sister Julia’s mysterious disappearance, pragmatic twenty-something Mia (Ali Ryrie-Golding) checks in on her sister’s forlorn husband, Joel (Sam Young). As Joel’s despair becomes apparent, Mia is alarmed to learn that Joel believes Julia (Shian Denovan) has gone to live with aliens. As Mia tries to talk him around, Joel makes the fantastical claim he can contact his wife using a strange black object. At first unbelieving, Mia’s firm grip on reality starts to dissolve, dredging up the ghosts of her relationship with her absent sister.
Hammer Films remain on record as the most consistently successful and influential British film company in history. And while Hammer may be best-known for their notorious series of gory Dracula movies, bloody Frankenstein adventures and chilling, satanic epics, few films had a greater impact on the '60's than the unforgettable genre known as "Hammer Glamours." The "Hammer Glamour" epics delivered their own singular vision of history -- and especially pre-history -- with liberal doses of both flesh and fantasy. With special effects as eye-popping as the actresses, these films created puberty's essential bridge between the thrill of cool monsters and the sensation of gorgeous women. If you're a student of anthropology, this is a world you may not recognize. But if you're looking for a twisted vision of the past that only Hammer can provide, you've come to the right place. The Hammer Glamour legacy lives, and indeed the world has never been the same.
Two slackers discover their new found couch lurks with mysterious evil...
The story of mysterious super heroine Dynamic Venus. Appearing to be an abused housewife, in reality she's an alien that feeds on her husband's abuse to fuel her super powers.
The story follows Kurt Niles, an every day guy living in the neon-lit Halogen City. After being left dead in the streets by a gang called The Dangers, Kurt returns from his asphalt grave and goes on a bloody rampage to save the girl he loves.
The particular storyline concerns memory, specifically the transference of chief scientist Professor Ulop’s memories to a mentally vacant physical subject. Considering this is a banal idea, and more-or-less certain to go horribly wrong (the alternative atavistic title Beasts Shouldn’t Look in the Mirror hints how), the visuals had better be good if this story is to keep the audience’s interest. And against expectations they actually are.
A comet is on a collision course with Earth. Cynical and indifferent nihilist loner Wataru is kidnapped and taken to a secret hospital where chief scientist Dr. Ohora informs Wataru that he possesses a special psychic power called Sexual Psychokinesis that could help save mankind. Wataru has to make love to Ikuko, a sweet and virginal young lass with the same psychic powers, in order to effectively avert Armageddon.
Karen Garrett, a promising young doctor, is assigned to perform a difficult operation on Teach, an advanced android who has never "blanked" (had his memory erased.) She soon realizes that Teach is much more than an assignment, and is drawn to his desire for a very human life. When Karen takes Teach into the outside world, they soon discover that there is something far more mysterious and dangerous than a medical experiment planned for them.
The movie consists of three odd and strange tales that each teach a different lesson.
The day his computer turns into sand, Crassus, brilliant trader, goes insane. Counting the grains of sand like gold, it is lost in the Syrian desert where, as its namesake, the avid triumvir, he finds a tragic death.
After dying in a horrific car crash, two bullied teens reappear completely healed and must decide the fate of their paralyzed friend.
A vintage nature film exploring the migratory pattern of a herd of wild creatures.
Near Aix-les-Bains (South-East of France), two women, Kassia and Leonora, are driven by a fanatical blackmailer, named André, in a white Rolls Royce at full speed. Suddenly, they stop near a lake, in the middle of the woods, where the man decides to have a swim. He asks the two women for a drink. The women plan to assassinate him by introducing a deadly leaf from a Thanatos tree in the cocktail. The man dies by poisoning and drowning and the women stare at him without moving. They put the dead body in the trunk of the fancy car. Later, they've lost their way in the countryside and, finally, find a mansion where an old blind man, Colas, opens the door. Upstairs, a strange inventor, Tone Hobart, built a time machine which could resurrect the dead. Unfortunately, André is now alive and ready for a revenge.